More than US$ 750 million in mining revenues disappeared from the coffers of the Democratic Republic of the Congo over a three-year period, according to a report released Friday.
The UK’s anti-fraud investigating body said Monday it is probing Rio Tinto’s dealings in Guinea involving the giant Simandou iron ore project.
ZOA Calls On Tillerson To Quit Over State Department Saying Palestinian Terrorism Stems From ‘lack Of Hope’
WASHINGTON — The Zionist organization of America called on Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to resign over the State Department terrorism report which the ZOA called “bigoted, biased, anti-Semitic, Israel-hating (and) error-ridden.”
A video posted to Facebook appears to show an Uber driver receiving oral sex from a female while a man in the backseat was on the way to his destination.
In August 2004, Merrian Carver, a 40-year-old mother of one from Massachusetts, boarded a ship with Celebrity Cruises that sailed from Seattle to Alaska. She chose to travel alone while her daughter stayed with her ex-husband in England. She never made it home.
A suspended UN diplomat has testified in a US court that a Chinese billionaire paid him up to US$ 50,000 monthly in return for help securing a contract to build a UN conference center, media reported Friday.
Five people were taken to the hospital, two of them with serious injuries, following an apparent chainsaw attack Monday in the northern Swiss city of Schaffhausen, police said.
The huge story about bribery by a New York hedge fund in Africa should have been on the front page, but the New York Times buried it in the financial section.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has pledged that Israel will bring the embassy security officer wounded in Sunday night’s terror attack back home, despite an ongoing diplomatic crisis with Jordan.